Presented by The Bold Women of Lovers Lane UMC / UMW
Colette Pinchon Battle
Colette Pichon Battle
Executive Director
Gulf Coast Center for Law & Policy
Advocate, Attorney, Multi-Racial Alliance Builder
Like storms, both racial issues and climate change may seem beyond control...

How did we get here? Where do you fit in? What can you do about it? Start by joining this bold conversation with us. Learn about how race, climate and systems of power are interconnected.

There is no charge, and you don't need to leave the comfort of your home. 
Live-stream @
Sunday, Sept. 20th at 4 pm
Our speaker, Colette Pichon Battle, develops advocacy initiatives that intersect race, systems of power and ecology. We're bringing this advocate and multi-racial alliance builder to Dallas to lead the conversation. In 2019 she was named an Obama Fellow for her work with Black and Native communities on the frontline of climate change and is a TED Talk speaker. She manages legal services for immigration and disaster law through the Gulf Coast Center for Law & Policy and speaks nationally. This is your chance to enter the conversation in this live-stream event that will include time for your questions too.

"Even the best of us are entangled in an unjust system."
-- Colette Pichon Battle
4 pm on Sunday, Sept. 20 LIVESTREAM 
United Methodist Women are deeply committed to the ongoing work of racial justice. Learn more about the racial justice work of our organization.
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for more information, contact Wendy Campbell, 2020 President